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Graduate Certificate Program in HIV & STIs
This certificate program provides UW graduate students with specialized training in the field of HIV & STIs. This program equips future professionals in health and social science disciplines to address the complex interplay of biomedical, socio-behavioral, economic, gender, political and geographic factors that impact the disease course and spread of these epidemics.

Conjoint 553: Clinical Management of HIV
This class will provide in-depth training in the diagnosis and clinical management of HIV. Through a web-based curriculum and weekly classroom seminars, students will participate in more than 70 cases involving HIV.

International AIDS Research and Training Program
Provides training to foreign investigators in HIV research and funding for field research for US investigators.

International Training & Education Center on HIV
I-TECH promotes activities that increase human capacity for providing HIV/AIDS care and support in countries hardest hit by the AIDS epidemic.

Northwest AIDS Education Training Center
The AETC offers HIV treatment education, clinical consultation, capacity building and technical assistance to health care professionals

Operations Research Mini-Course
This new one-day course was offered in July 2006, and provides training to program managers and researchers to better understand the theory, methodology, and application of operations research to improve HIV/STD programs in developing countries.

Principles of HIV/STD Research Course
This two week course offered each July provides cross disciplinary training in the field of HIV/STD research.

Seattle STD/HIV Prevention Training Center
Offers training to health care providers and educators on the prevention, diagnosis, management and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.

STD/AIDS Research Training Fellowship Program
Provides funding for pre and post doctoral fellows interested in STD/AIDS research. Applicants must be US citizens or have permanent residency.

Amuata Global Training in Health Informatics Provides training to scholars from Peru and other Andean countries in informatics regarding public health research and surveillance.


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